Jersey to Poole Ferry

The Jersey Poole ferry route connects Jersey with England. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Condor Ferries. The crossing operates up to 7 times each week with sailing durations from around 4 hours 40 minutes.

Jersey Poole sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Route and port details

Jersey to Poole Ferry Alternatives

For more information, please visit our Ferries from Jersey to England page.

Jersey - Poole Ferry Operators

  • Condor Ferries
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 4 hr 40 min
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Average Jersey Poole Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Jersey Poole route is a car and 2 passengers.

Jersey Poole Ferry reviews

  • "Smooth Crossing!"

    Having not been on a ferry since I was a child I was a little concerned about what to expect when I booked a crossing from Jersey to Poole on Bank Holiday Monday. I was however pleasantly surprised. Everything went like clockwork, and even though we were held up departing Jersey, time was soon made up and we arrived in Poole as planned. The only thing that surprised me was the cost, it is still cheaper to fly and hire a car than it is to book the ferry and take your own vehicle.

    'Anonymous' travelled Jersey (St Helier) Poole with Condor Ferries

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  • "Jersey to Poole"

    I paid for Club Class and received absolutely brilliant service from the steward. As it was choppy I really appreciated having the food brought to my table.

    'Anonymous' travelled Jersey (St Helier) Poole with Condor Ferries

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  • "Mini Cruise"

    The lovely catamaran was lots of fun. Even the stop-over in Guernesy was a nice experience, rather than a nuisance. We watched the habour in lovely weather. The service on board was perfect and the staff very friendly and helpful. Actually would love to repeat right now!

    'Stefan' travelled Jersey (St Helier) Poole with Condor Ferries

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Jersey Guide

St Helier is the capital of the island of Jersey which is the largest of the Channel Islands which are situated in the English Channel. Jersey is not part of the United Kingdom and has a separate relationship to the British Crown from the other Crown Dependencies of Guernsey and the Isle of Man. Jersey has its own international identity from the UK, although the UK is constitutionally responsible for the island's defence.

A popular attraction in St Helier is the Jersey Museum and Art Gallery which tells the story of Jersey from Neolithic times through to the present day. There are many artefacts on display including priceless Bronze Age gold torque and Millais' famous portrait of Lillie Langtry. For a more relaxing way to pass time then visit one of Jersey's lovely beaches or simply hang out in one of St Helier's many bars, cafes and restaurants.

Jersey's port can be found on the south coast of the island, in St Helier, on St Aubin's Bay. Ferry services available from the port depart to St Malo in France, Portsmouth, Poole and Weymouth in England, and also to the neighbouring island of Guernsey. Passenger facilities at the port include a cafe, shop and a duty free outlet.

Poole Guide

The medieval port town of Poole is located in the south coast of England an the county of Dorset. The town lies on the English Channel coast and is full of tourist attractions and activities, such as its famous pottery and Poole Park. Other popular sights in and around the town include Poole Harbour and the Sandbanks Peninsular which provide excellent facilities for boating and water sports in general. In this area there are also some well respected restaurants and cafes, a number of historic 18th century buildings and some lovely waterside hotels.

Dorset's beaches are some of the best in the United Kingdom and are sometimes called the 'Florida Keys of British beaches'. Poole itself has over 5 km of beaches which are popular with both locals and tourists. The most vibrant part of the town is Poole Quay where there are many restaurants and bars to enjoy. Festivals and events in the town include the Poole Summer Breeze, the largest beach party, held every Thursday night in the summer, with live music, a fun zone for families, barbecue areas and a spectacular firework display.